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Bill Frost


Bill Frost has been a journalist and TV reviewer since the 4:3-aspect-ratio ’90s. His pulse-pounding prose has been featured in The Salt Lake Tribune, Pacific Northwest Inlander, Coachella Valley Independent, Salt Lake City Weekly, and many other dead-tree publications. In addition to his work, Bill is a senior writer and streaming TV columnist at By night, Bill cranks a Flying V with his band at the bar.

AT&T Internet Deals, Plans, & Pricing

by | Jun 8, 2020 | Brand Reviews, Reviews | 0 

Fiber-optic plans are our hands-down picks with any internet provider, including AT&T—if you can get it. AT&T internet service is available in over 20 western, midwestern, and southeastern states, and the majority of that service is DSL (digital subscriber line) over copper telephone lines.

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AT&T TV Plans, Pricing & Packages

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AT&T TV is a live TV service that, like AT&T TV NOW and AT&T WatchTV, streams over the internet rather than cable or satellite. In channel lineups and package names, AT&T TV is practically twinsies with DIRECTV—except that it’s a bit cheaper, at least for the first year.

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AT&T TV Channel Lineups

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AT&T TV’s channel lineups are similar to corporate cousin DIRECTV’s in package titles and viewing options, but they’re slightly less expensive. AT&T TV also offers a comparable variety of premium, international, and sports add-on packages (minus NFL SUNDAY TICKET, unfortunately).

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AT&T TV and Internet Customer Service

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For AT&T TV billing and account support , you can call +1-800-288-2020 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 12 a.m. (midnight) ET, seven days a week. It’s the same number for AT&T internet service, but those hours are 8 a.m.–7 p.m. Monday–Friday and 8 a.m.–5 p.m. ET, Saturday–Sunday.

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ESPN+ Review 2020

by | May 28, 2020 | Reviews | 0 

Is the long-awaited ESPN+ the streaming service of your hoop dreams? Sorry, cord-cutting ball fans, but the emphasis of ESPN+ is on the “+” part. It’s more of a robust addition to, but not a replacement for, ESPN.

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DISH Network TV Packages, Prices, and Deals

by | May 26, 2020 | Reviews | 0 

Like all Great American brand duopolies, satellite TV providers DISH Network and DIRECTV have more in common than not. Of the two, we prefer DISH’s package pricing and hardware. You can get nearly all the same channels for a little less money and record far more of them—DISH’s DVR game can’t be beat.

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What the US Is Watching during COVID-19

by | May 20, 2020 | Entertainment | 0 

If you’ve found yourself watching hours and hours of “comfort food” TV during the COVID-19 outbreak, you’re not alone. recently conducted a survey of nearly 7,000 housebound viewers and found that they’re spending a lot of time with old friends—capital “F” Friends, to be exact.

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What Channel Is CBS On?

by | | Entertainment, TV FAQs | 0 

The channel number of CBS varies by city and by whether you have a cable or satellite provider (or use an antenna). There are over 200 local CBS TV stations across the country, with at least one in every state, including the US Virgin Islands, Guam, and Puerto Rico. The Eye is everywhere.

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Your Guide to TV, Streaming, and Internet Service During the New Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak

by | May 11, 2020 | Industry News, TV FAQs | 1 

We’re all relying on our internet and TV service more than ever during the COVID-19 (“Coronavirus”) pandemic. Between staying in touch with family, working from home, attending school online, or re-watching Tiger King on Netflix for the fifth time (no judgment—we can’t look away, either), staying connected is more vital now than ever.

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Cable Splitters: Get TV in Every Room

by | May 8, 2020 | Equipment Guides | 0 

Things were simpler in Ye Olden Analog Times. Back then, you could run a single coaxial cable into a house, screw on a coaxial cable splitter, and keep several housemates entertained with their own TV hookups for the cost of a single bill. Sure, the channel choices were limited, and the picture quality was sketchy, but it was easy—and cheap.

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